Articles tagged hillary clinton

Could YouTube Help Bernie Sanders—and Hurt Hillary Clinton?

Hillary Clinton may be the Democratic establishment's favorite, but on the Internet, social media users are feelin' the Bern.

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29 Apr 2013 // 10:15 PM

The Power of Now

There’s an old saying that “patience is a virtue.” Not anymore.

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Oprah May Say Goodbye, But I Say Hello

Not since the Beatles broke up has there been such a communal feeling of abandonment as there is with Oprah's final airing of The Oprah Winfrey Show.

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In 2008, we all lived through a spellbinding presidential election. And now we can spend the rest of our lives reading about it. Barack Obama isn’

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27 Aug 2008 // 6:41 AM

DENVER - With a forceful and gracious Hillary Rodham Clinton setting the tone, the Democratic Party on Tuesday night called for unity behind Barack Obama

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DENVER - Sen. Hillary Clinton takes the stage at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday, a potentially pivotal moment that could help determine whether the party

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24 Aug 2008 // 6:56 AM

DENVER—As they meet for their national convention Monday through Thursday, Democrats are poised to shift their party’s course—and the country’s. They’

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Coverage of Michelle Obama draws scrutiny of black, white feminists

WASHINGTON - Gina McCauley’s blog on African-American women in pop culture has never attracted this kind of attention. The 3-year-old site has a mostly

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7 Jul 2008 // 3:04 AM

AUSTIN, Texas - John McCain is looking a little wired these days. The Arizona Republican is beefing up his online campaign to try to compete

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Sister Christian: An Open Letter to Hillary Clinton’s Disenchanted Supporters

Obama has, with his résumé, his upbeat tone, and even his nondescript "even Steven" haircut, positioned himself as the metaphorical love child of Al Gore and Will Smith -- the perfect brew of debonair and nerdy that is the only formula possible for a black man trying to win the US Presidency.

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7 May 2008 // 1:19 AM

When it comes to televised political stunts, Dina Ibrahim thought she had seen it all. But that was before the eve of the Pennsylvania primary,

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18 Apr 2008 // 2:26 AM

Democrats invade Colbert Nation

PHILADELPHIA - Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards converged on Colbert Nation on Thursday. Obama appeared via satellite, but Clinton and Edwards exchanged

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The presidential race has become America’s most obsessively watched reality show

In January, Hillary Clinton appeared on “The Tyra Banks Show.” On the daytime talk show’s bright set, she and the host chatted about the

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14 Apr 2008 // 9:53 PM

Obama, rivals spar over ‘elitist’ remarks, but voters see nuance

WASHINGTON—Barack Obama lashed out at his Democratic and Republican presidential rivals Monday for calling him an elitist, and spent another crucial campaign day trying

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14 Apr 2008 // 6:07 AM

No need to suffer anymore with lame late-night laughers about Hillary Clinton’s pantsuits or John McCain, the Ancient Mariner. A page is turning in

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8 Apr 2008 // 1:44 AM

Clinton making a play for the female vote

In a recent Hillary Clinton fundraising video, the cameras purposely zoom in on the faces of enraptured female supporters. They pan to signs in the

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7 Mar 2008 // 4:45 AM

Presidential race plays as must-see TV

I’m not sure exactly why many TV news people seem so eager to usher Hillary Clinton offstage this election year. An early decision on

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6 Mar 2008 // 2:24 AM

All those debates. All that vetting on the campaign trail. Yet none of the cocky Beltway interrogators, reporters and moderators ever asked the obvious questions

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Thirty Ways of Looking at Hillary by Susan Morrison [editor]

You may desire 30 views on Clinton, but what you get instead are 30 accomplished writers, most from the East Coast, who are primarily obsessed with Clinton's appearance.

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18 Nov 2007 // 8:59 PM


Feed is adventurous and playful, and if nothing else, provides nostalgia for a time in politics scarcely different than our own.

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